um, i don't get it...


So the killers (some of them) were the trench coat guy and his girlfriend from the diner? If so, then they should have been the ones who took off the stocking at the end, no?

Who was the other guy (who did take off the stocking)? And where was the blonde girl from the beginning of the film?

I just don't understand the reason behind the killing. "to find the ones that can't be found" really makes no sense to me. If they were just recruiting new people to join them on their murder spree...then where were the others they let survive?

Otherwise, I thought the acting was really good (especially for a low budget flick). I could have done without the slowly dragged out scenes (that did nothing other than kill time), and the camera constantly shaking/out of focus, though.

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Good questions, you were paying attention...and most of those questions will be answered in the sequel.

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Not a Sequel...I hate when they make a sequel to a really bad movie.

Greed is for amateurs. Disorder, chaos, anarchy: now that's fun!..

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I'm thinking she went off to start her own pack, that's what I got from the clip at the very end of the film. When the two stranded girls meet their end, the only ones there are Vanessa and Zero. Maybe they are starting their own murderous group. But, I'm just spit-balling.

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Thought I would add that no one knew why Michael Myers killed his sister (original, not remake) and he is by far THE slasher icon. I would have been truly put off if there was a clear cut reason these six crazies killed people. Explaining insanity is... insane, for lack of a better word.

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You're a little bit on the right track, without giving too much away, the events in the first film is one small occurance of many. And yes, I wouldn't ever expect a full explanation, the thing that made Michael Myers so terrifying in the original, is that he IS the unknown motive. The thing sane people can never understand and will always fear.

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